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Eindhoven University of Technology
Hacking, free software, digital divides and inequalities, ICT narratives.
advent of big science in the United States
Computer Science, Programming Langauges, History and Philosophy of Programming
University of Kassel, Germany
Computer Netwoks, software for enterprise planning
History of Rotating Magnetic Memory
Retired and returning to college
University of Minnesota
Working now with the archives at the Charles Babbage Institute on researching the origination and rise of rotating magnetic storage from 1942 to 1961.
For twenty years have been researching eccentric early American and British automotive engineers (ie JW Christie, Harry Knox and Philip Johnson) that made the transition during WWI or between the wars to military automotive design.
history of technology
SUNY Polytechnic Institute
Andrew L. Russell is Professor of History and Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Utica and Albany, New York. Before joining SUNY Poly in 2016, he was associate professor of history and director of the Program in Science & Technology Studies at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey. He is the author of _Open Standards and the Digital Age: History, Ideology, and Networks_ (Cambridge University Press, 2014), co-editor (with Robin Hammerman) of _Ada's Legacy: Cultures of Computing from the Victorian to the Digital Age_ (ACM Press, 2015), and author of over a dozen articles and book chapters on the history of the Bell System, the American system of voluntary standards, modular design, and the history of computer networks such as Cyclades, OSI, the Arpanet, and the Internet. He is Chair of SIGCIS, an international collective of historians of computing and information.
IEEE ComSoc SCV
Women in Computer
Computer History Museum
Women in computing
History of User Interfaces to Computers
IT University of Copenhagen
My name is Anker Helms Jorgensen, currently employed as Associate Professor at the IT University of Copenhagen. In the last 1-2 years I've become interested in the history of user interfaces to computers. I've written a couple of papers on the topic (see one reference below), but they are from an internalist perspective. Coming from the computer science camp, I'm interested in getting to know the discourse of proper historians. I'm currently struggling with two sides of diversity in my project: creating a feasible bridge between a host of possible research questions and the vast amount of sources available. My background is an MSc in Computer Science and a PhD in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). I've been working as a systems developer, consultant, teacher, supervisor and researcher in User Interfaces, Usability and HCI for the last 30 years.
Reference: Jorgensen, A.H. and Udsen, L.E. (2005): From calculation to culture - a brief history of the computer as interface. In Jensen, K.B. (ed): Interface://Culture - the World Wide Web as a political resource and aesthetic form. Copenhagen: Samfundslitteratur, p. 31-52.
History of business computing 1950s 1960s
PhD Student in the History and Philosophy of Computing
History and Philosophy of Computing, LEO Computers, Olivetti Computers, History of business computing in the 1950s and 1960s in Europe